Business Experts

Shay Scott

Managing Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute

Shay Scott is managing director of the Global Supply Chain Institute and serves on the faculty of the department of marketing and supply chain management.


Mary Holcomb

Gerald T. Niedert Supply Chain Fellow, Center for Transportation Faculty Fellow

Mary Holcomb’s research interests focus on two related areas of strategic logistics and supply chain management: process design and metrics. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Business Logistics, Transportation Journal, and Supply Chain Management Review.


Paul Dittmann

Executive Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute

Paul Dittmann is the Executive Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute and runs the bi-annual Supply Chain Forum. A regular speaker at international conferences, Dittmann’s research focuses on supply chain strategy global logistics and change management.


Mandyam M. Srinivasan

The Pilot Corporation Chair of Excellence in Business

Mandyam Srinivasan is the Pilot Corporation Chair of Excellence in Business and the Director of the Ph.D. program in the Department of Business Analytics and Statistics. His work focuses on methods and techniques for managing supply chain operations more effectively.


Rapinder “Rupy” Sawhney

Heath Fellow in Business and Engineering Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Rapinder “Rupy” Sawhney is the Heath Fellow in Business and Engineering and a professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering whose research focuses on lean manufacturing, or the idea of producing products with as little wasted time, energy and material as possible.


Andy Puckett

Associate Professor and Ph.D. Program Director, Paul and Beverly Castagna Professor in Investments

Andy Puckett can talk about the stock market, institutional trading, unethical executives and corporate corruption.


Terry Neal


Richard L. Townsend Distinguished Professor in Accounting, Associate Professor
Accounting and Information Management Department

Terry Neal can discuss issues related to corporate governance and auditor independence, with a particular emphasis on the role of the audit committee as a corporate governance mechanism.


Matthew Murray

Director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, Associate Director of the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research, Professor of Economics

Matthew Murray is director of UT’s Howard H. Baker Center for Public Policy and associate director of the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research. He coordinates education and service programs, as well as research in the areas of global security and energy and environmental policy at the Baker Center.


Daniel Murphy


Professor of 
Accounting and Information Management

Daniel Murphy can discuss international taxation and the effect of taxes on investment behavior.


Lane Morris

Skinner Professor of Management, Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Student Affairs

Lane Morris specializes in human resources and can talk about performance management, leadership, and occupational stress as it relates to health and wellness creating a balance between work and home life.